The article offers information on the Rapid Prototype Laboratory (RP Lab), located inside the General Motors (GM) Design building in Detroit, Michigan. The RP Lab houses a highly specialized three-dimensional (3D) rapid prototyping manufacturing equipment, which has resulted in dramatic efficiencies in GM wind tunnel testing across GM's entire car and truck lineup. It also features two fabrication processes, namely, selective laser sintering (SLS) and stereo lithography apparatus (SLA).
Electro Manufacturing. June 1, 2017, Vol. 30 Issue 6
Flash memory, Transceiver, Automated Logic Design Company Inc., Computer software industry, and Transceivers
Aldec, Inc. has introduced the new Xilinx Zynq-based TySOM- 2A-7Z030 Embedded Prototyping Board. The latest TySOM Embedded Prototyping Board serves embedded designers who require a high-performance configurable SoC in a [...]
The article reports on the new prototyping service department introduced by laser products manufacturer FSL3D. Topics discussed include the popularity of three-dimensional (3D) printing, the growth of global additive manufacturing industry, and the function of the prototyping department as the one that will take advantage of the company's 3D printing and laser cutting technologies.
FSL3D has launched a new manufacturing service targeted at prototyping and low-volume production. 3D Printing, also known as Additive Manufacturing (AM), is a technology that allows the construction of physical [...]
Automobile Industry, General Motors Co., Automobile industry, and Rapid prototyping
Deep inside the GM Design building where future products from Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac take shape and substance, an elite team fashions components, intricate sub assembles and entire scale [...]
Electro Manufacturing. Jan 1, 2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1
Programmable logic array, Software quality, Standard IC, Synopsys Inc., Computer software industry, Digital integrated circuits, Software, Integrated circuits, and Semiconductor chips
THine Electronics, Inc. has launched a prototyping solution which enables THine's V-by-One HS interface to link Synopsys' HAPS FPGA-based prototyping system. Jointly developed with Gigafirm, one of Gold Members of [...]
GUI Program News; Mar2009, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p6-8, 3p
COMPUTER-aided design software, COMPUTER software development, SOFTWARE engineering, RAPID prototyping, COMPUTER software industry, PRODUCT management, and NEW product development
The article reports on the introduction of the 2D and 3D design and engineering software products for manufacturers for 2010 by Autodesk Inc. of San Rafael, California. The software releases are designed to help manufacturers develop better products, that range from mobile phones to bulldozers, in a short period of time. The product lineup which constitutes the firm's solution for Digital Prototyping includes AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD Electrical, Autodesk Showcase, and Autodesk 3ds Max Design. Furthermore, the releases are indicated to provide greater range of design, visualization, and simulation capabilities.
The sluggish economy has claimed many casualties, but innovation is not one of them. To remain competitive, manufacturers have had to improve processes, increase efficiency and reduce costs. Fortunately, this [...]
COMPUTER-aided design software, ENGINEERING software, and COMPUTER simulation
The article reports that EMA Design Automation Inc., a service provider of mechanical and electrical computer-aided design (CAD) tools, will now offer Autodesk Inc.'s 2D and 3D design and engineering software for manufacturers in Rochester, New York. It states that the product lineup for manufacturers include Autodesk Vault which comprises solution for Digital Prototyping. It notes that Digital Prototyping gives manufacturers the ability to simulate a product digitally before being built.
EMA Design Automation, Rochester, N.Y., a full-service provider of mechanical and electrical CAD tools, has announced it will offer Autodesk's latest 2D and 3D design and engineering software for manufacturers. [...]
Introduces MercuryPlus emulation system and Rapid Prototyping System developed by Quickturn, a Cadence company in San Jose, California. Features of the emulation and prototyping products; Details on pricing and availability of the electronic products; Compatibility of the products with other systems; Background of Quickturn and Cadence.
Software quality and Software -- Product introduction
Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK), San Rafael, Calif., has unveiled the latest releases of its 2D and 3D design and engineering software for manufacturers. Significant enhancements and newly packaged suites of the company's [...]
Valor Computerized Systems [FSE: VCR, VACS], a leader in integrated engineering software solutions for the electronics design and manufacturing industry, has released version 7 of its Trilogy 5000(TM) solution for [...]